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Case Studies

Cloud Native projects can bring complexity and risk. These companies sought our help with a variety of challenges, including a need for training, an initial assessment of their current state and options, and support for a full Cloud Native transformation. Here’s how our partnerships produced positive results.

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Student.com

Using Kubernetes Federation to create a highly available application across geographic regions.

 

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Minox

A complete datacenter-to-cloud migration using Docker containers and AWS ECS.

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Bell Mobility

Using small experiments to help reduce risk at this telecommunications company. 

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Cisco

Helping to build cloud native capabilities for Cisco Systems and defining a clear roadmap for future development.

 

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Zoover

Building a continuously delivered, container packaged, microservice-oriented and dynamically managed Cloud Native system.

 

Testimonials

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The greatest issue developers face today is the lack of build and test platforms matching the various deployment platforms. Developers need to build and test Cloud Native applications locally in the same way they deploy them to production. Container Solutions helped Cisco solve this issue.

Kenneth Owens

CTO, Cisco Intercloud Services
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Container Solutions took a very systematic approach to our cloud migration. We were able to accelerate our development processes whilst reducing risk. By running both our existing stack and new applications on one scalable platform, we can be sure that our IT operations can grow fast in the future.

Hessel Kuik

CEO, Minox
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[Container Solutions’ Braintrust] made us think about what we wanted to achieve as opposed to just the technical things we want to do—What is the outcome we’re looking for? —rather than just what things we need to tick off a list.

Richard Limpkin

CPO, Immedis
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The high availability problem we were trying to solve required expert knowledge that we did not have in-house. By teaming up with Container Solutions, we arrived at a creative solution that would have taken us significantly longer to implement on our own.

Steve Lowe

CTO, Student.com

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